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to the dogs. >> bill: dan rather talking about barack obama's enemies. goldberg has analysis about the foes of the president. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. could be a bad week for president obama and hillary clinton. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. three key witnesses are expected to testify on wednesday about the murder of u.s. ambassador christopher stephens and three other americans in benghazi, libya on september 11th. while many americans have no idea what's going on, factor viewers most like know that the obama administration at first told the world the attack was a spontaneous anti--american action. instead, it was a well-planned terrorist attack likely by al qaeda agents. so the testimony this week could be devastating to the obama administration and to hillary clinton who ran the state department at the time. the key question was there a coverup? five days before ambassador stevens was murdered, president obama spoke at the democratic national
. subject line, "obama's latest screw up may lead to impeachment." impeachment? click, open. dear concerned reader, fearing the very worst, the nation's super rich are unloading their stocks at an alarming rate. the super rich are unloading their stocks because obama has wrecked the stock market. so, on the day the stock market went through the roof and crossed 15,000 for the first time ever, subscribers to the citizens united mailing list received this damning indictment of the obama presidency and how it has tanked the market. see what this communist socialist marxist president has done to sink the market, you have to impeach him now. he's done it on purpose. i think progress is the one who noticed the timing of this appeal sent out to this e-mail list, but the timing irony of this one really does just put an exclamation point on what is always true about these things, which is their resistance to factual confrontation, right? apparently there is a right wing conspiracy theory that president obama is tanking the stock market on purpose as a way of destroying capitalism. against that consp
. as the white house scrambles to resell obama care to the public, democrats are pulling out all the stops. >> we have certain inalienable rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. one might argue that education and health care fall into those provisions of life, liberty and the pursuit o happiness. although health care was not listed per se in the constitution, it should be a constitutional right. >> life, check. liberty, check, psuit of happiness, check, in the constitution. john, i don't see obama care anywhere in this document. >> it's not, eric. unfortunately the representative and many democrats are ignorant as to just what a right is. a right is a right to action, to pursue your life, liberty and happiness. it's not a right to a freebie or a gooder service from someone else. just a notion of a right to health care means that other people are enslaved to provide you with that health care. the result is thedestruction of all rights. that's why the founders understood it to be individual rights. it's your life, your liberty and your happiness. that's why health care, education, a
obama met with the south's new leader amid bell lo does belloings among fighting for real. tough talk for the president was immediately compared and contrasted with the administration in action on the other side of the world. chief white house correspondent ed henry has tonight's story. >> reporter: president obama talking tough about north korea after his first meetings with south korea's new president pack genuine hey. >> the day north korea can c create a crisis, those days are over. >> reporter: she tried to project a menacing image. >> translator: regarding north korea's bad behavior, we will make them pay. if north korea engages in provocations, the military will make them pay. and they should act accordingly. >> reporter: mr. obama quickly found himself on defense handling over another hot spot, syria, when a reporter pressed over failure to act over perceived violations over the red line of baassad would emboln other bad actors across the world. >> there could be conferences to do nothing. that's why we're not doing nothing. there is evidence there has been the use of chemical
barack obama was elected president of the united states in november of 2008. he was sworn into office january of 2009. you might remember, and it was kind of a big deal, it was kind of a big day in washington, the largest crowds ever to turn out to see a u.s. president sworn in. that was january 2009. ♪ >> by march 2009, the right wing in america just couldn't take it anymore. >> what they're doing right now is destroying this country. everyone that i know of at least is very angry about it. we're very upset. we want this guy out. we want him to be impeached. >> what i don't like is that this guy is doing this by executive order one after the other and the american people are sitting like a bunch of shmucks watching a dictatorship emerge right before their eyes. i think it is time to talk about impeachment. somebody has to get this guy under control. he's out of control. thank you for the call. >> thank you for the call. i have to go. it was already time to start impeaching president obama seven weeks into his presidency. by the fall of 2009, my friends at worldnet daily were just a
at obama's news conference when an abc correspondent asked the president if he still had the juice to get the rest of it agenda through congress. the president paraphrase mark twain in saying that the rumors demise might be- exaggerated, and then added this. >> you seem to suggest somehow these folks over there have no responsibilities and that my job is to somehow get them to behave. that is their job. >> the president thought it was a gunss's job to pass control bill, the senate failed to do so. he is struggling to get something done and immigration. heat fromng republicans on everything from bed gauzy to syria and he cannot shut down guantanamo bay, but the voters still like him. and the unemployment rate, we learned at week's end, dropped to 7.5%, heat from republicans a seven-week low. charles krauthammer is off this week. in his column he says that the president is dead in the water. how relevant is barack obama? >> the president is not dead in the water, charles, i wish you were here to write you personally. what was missing from that press conference was any zest for combat. the p
tomorrow night. ♪ lou: good evening. thank you for being with us. the obama white house a sale on three fronts, the view from the president's critics as this white house had made monumental mistakes in its middle east policy, and coherent response to the syrian civil war, it's stonewalling of what happened and why in the benghazi terrorist attack command failed response. this past friday, the president again standing on foreign soil and criticizing the nation he leads, this time for the deaths of more than 70,000 people, those mexican citizens murdered by the drug cartel. 70,000 murdered, another 20,000 missing since 2006. tonight we will take up president obama's foreign policy failures throughout the broadcast. we began with syria. white house press secretary jay carney earlier today rejecting a united nations report that concludes the chemical weapons are being used by the syrian rebels, not the regime which president obama had declared to have crossed the so-called red line. >> we are highly skeptical of suggestions that the opposition could have or did use cut weapons. we find it h
." >> this is "bbc world news america" reporting from washington. barack obama meets david cameron at the white house. the two promise to step up pressure on syria. the question is how? it's back to the future in pakistan as nawaz sharif celebrates the prospect of becoming prime minister for a third time. ♪ >> and he sings, he tweets. is there anything this astronaut can not do? cris gets ready to return to earth. we look back on his amazing journey. >> welcome to our viewers on public television in america and around the globe. winston n commufrpbl churchill used the term special bond. speaking at a press conference, president obama and prime minister cameron fielded tricky questions on the issue of domestic politics, but on the issue of syria they showed a united front. >> warm-up meeting gat -- the g gathering the british prime minister will host in june. >> they hope to kick offer negotiations towards an e.u.- u.s.a. trade pact. syria's history says david cameron is being written in the blood of its people. a transitional government is required that can win the consent of everyone. >> but ther
very much. kimberly will be back later this hour. first, another week and another obama scandal. president obama took to the podium today to confront two pressing scandals threatening the very credibility of his administration. benghazi and the irs targeting the president's political enemies. on friday abc uncovered bombshell evidence that team obama was covering up evidence evidence -- information in the benghazi terror attacks that left four americans dead. the other problematic story is about the irs. we learned about an effort to target and even harass conservative groups for being conservative. let's start with benghazi and here is what the president claims he said about the attack. >> the day after it happened i acknowledged that this was an act of terrorism. what i pledged to the american people was we would find out what happened, we would make sure it did not happen again and we would make sure we held accountable those who perpetrated this terrible crime. >> mr. president, you didn't call it terror from the get go. remember when you said this? we do. >> here is what ha
. >>> notwithstanding you for being with us. there appears to be a break in the obama administration's seven long effort to limit the public's knowledge on the terrorist attack in benghazi and that resulted in the murders of christopher stevens and scene smith and glen do you her at this. four career employees are seeking counsel from private attorneys to represent them in the face of white house threats to prevent them from divulging classified information to congress about benghazi. the perspective whcs have considerable knowledge what happened during the attack on the consulate and apparently the obama administration is concerning their views don't support the so-called official account of events. former justice official of the house intelligence committee victoria say it's a violation of law. she represents one of the state department employees. >> my client is being so compliant with the law. here is the state department was trying to ignore this until you beat up on this. they were obstructing justice. >> adam housley has learned from an unnamed special operator who watched the events that took pl
for the obama administration and for hillary clinton. but immediately, the left wing spin found its way into the media. >> and why benghazi is generally emerged as a rallying cry for the president's opponents. when during the bush administration, there were 54 attacks on diplomatic targets that killed 13 americans. yet, garnered only three hearings on embassy security total. and zero outrage on fox. so why is this attack so different for republicans? >> bill: well, here is the answer. mr. stewart referring to a study by the university of maryland that pinpointed tear attacks from january of 2001 to december of 2008. but when you study the study, you find that many of the cited attacks occurred in iraq during the war. and none of the attacks were at the level of benghazi. not even close. should also be noted that jon stewart apparently got his information from the far left web site media matters and the daily kos. let's get back to the matter at hand. most riveting testimony yesterday was gregory hicks second in command in libya under the slain ambassador christopher stephens. mr. hidges
and the attack warnings removed from benghazi talking points days after the deaths. president obama did not agree when he addressed the issue today. >> they concluded that in fact, there was nothing afoul in terms of the process that is being used. suddenly three days ago this gets spun up as there is something new to the story. there is no there, there. >> john: but on sunday california congressman darryl issa who chairs the house overidentityoversight committee said the process had forced the c.i.a. to back off its claims. >> that's manipulating the c.i.a. >> john: because the c.i.a. is so easy to push around. on friday presidential press secretary jay carney insisted the white house role had been small. >> the only edit made by the white house or the state department to those talking points generated by the c.i.a. was a change from referring to the facility that was attacked in benghazi from consulate because it was not a consulate to diplomatic post. >> john: but arizona senator john mccain wouldn't buy it. >> for the president's smoke man to say that, well, there was only words or technical
this silent in 2011 when it became known to the leadership of the irs. >> president obama spoke for the first time, as i said, today, an this story. most important, perhaps, is when he said he first learned of it. this is he, personally speaking. not his white house staff. hard statement by the president today which made me very happy. here he is. >> i first learned about it from the same news reports that i think most people learned about this. i think it was on friday. and this is pretty straightforward. if, in fact, irs personnel engaged in the kind of practices that have been reported on, and were intentionally targeting conservative groups, then that's outrageous. and there's no place for it. we'll wait and see what exactly all the details and the facts are, but i've got no patience with it. i will not tolerate it. we'll make sure that we find out exactly what happened on this. >> there's two issues here, whether he was involved in it personally, howard, apparently not so because he didn't know about it. the larger issue, he's head of the united states executive branch. he is responsible
for president obama and the united states. >>> wedding tragedy. five women are killed including a bride to be when their limo burst in to flames. tonight the surge for what went so terribly wrong. crossing the line. some advertisers want your money so badly it seems they will do just about anything to get your attention. how far is too far? and super dogs. after the boston bombings, a look at some new recruits in the fight against terrorism. dogs trained in blending in to crowds and sniff out explosives. ♪ >>> from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is nbc "nightly news with lester holt." >> good evening. tonight israel is on alert and bracing for possible retaliation after its forces apparently struck targets inside syria for two nights in a row. the iermly military officially isn't talking, but all indications.to israeli warplanes going after what officials believe were weapons shipments bound for hezbollah fighters in lebanon. the attacks thrust israel smack in the middle of syria's civil war, putting pressure on the assad government and maybe pressure on the obama admin
one thing, taking away your health insurance. >> obama care is going to drive up the cost of health care, drive up the cost of health insurance an make it harder fer sml businesses to hire workers. >> we believe that at the core, i believe that at the core of who i am and i'm going to do everything i can to make sure that we don't wreck the best health care delivery system the world has ever known. >> but you've called this the law of the land. >> well, that just happens to be a fact. i want to repeal the law of the land. is that career? i don't know how he says it with a straight face. how can he believe that. that's what i want to focus on. the template of the rights have not changed a bit. john boehner and the republicans are still lying about health care. on friday the president on the offensive, he set the record straight. >> the same folks who fought tough and nail four years ago and tried to make political hay out of obama care, they're still telling tall tales about imimpact. some small businesses are being told their costs are going to go up even though they're exempted fro
. . >> hello, everyone, i'm ashleigh banfield. right now, president obama is meeting with the british prime minister david cameron at the white house. this is video that just came in. it was shot just before they began their meeting. they are expected to speak live in the east room, that is happening about 15 minute from now t. topics are quite varied, they include the civil war in syria to the economy. we hear they will take questions from reporters as well. there is so much to ask of these very important world leaders and our special coverage is going to get under way live in just 10 minutes. as we wait for the start of that event, we got other top stories we are following closely at this hour. because republicans on capitol hill are really stepping up their attacks against the obama administration all over that irs extra scrutiny of conservative groups. a report by the inspector general indicates that agents with the irs began targeting conservative groups who were applying for tax exempt status, going back as early as march of 2010. cnn obtained a copy of the report which is due to be r
shake up the obama administration big-time. >> it's going to be explosive. explosive. indeed. these are big, big charges. >> the dam is about to break on benghazi. it will make you mad. >> stephen: it's going to make me mad? oh, i feel like a kid on christmas eve who is about to get the bike he asked for... and it's on fire. so, just what are these whistle blowers going to say? >> we don't know what these guys are actually going to say. >> stephen: folks, this is the best possible kind of political story. we have no idea what's in it and it's going to be explosive. it's the taco bell of breaking news. so, jim,... ( cheers and applause ). i can make a run for the border. so, jim, let's start the benghazi count down to something that will make you mad clock. folks, it is great. it is win-win because if tomorrow i don't learn something that makes me mad, i will be furious. now, folks,... ( cheers and applause ). excuse me a moment. oh, hi there. i'm just trying out my new google glasses. i had to make my own because sergey brin, the cofounder of google, didn't send me a pair. no
. 22 year old ivy league graduate barack obama is bothered by the inequalities he sees in society. >> i had just gotten out of college. at columbia university in new york. and i was very much interested in seeing what could be done in terms of the inner city... >> since black folks are suffering even more than the general population...this is an ongoing problem. >> the question for young barack: what could he do about it? >> i decided to become a community organizer. there wasn't much detail to the idea; i didn't know anyone making a living that way. when classmates in college asked me just what it was that a community organizer did, i couldn't answer them directly. instead i'd pronounce on the need for change. change won't come from the top, i would say. change will come from a mobilized grass roots. that's what i'll do. i'll organize black folks. at the grass roots. for change. >> he sends out dozens of resumes for organizing jobs, but with no luck. when almost 2 years later, he gets a call for an organizing position in chicago. he's interviewed by activist jerry kellman. >> my mai
president obama. sold for shooting practice at this weekend's nra convention. the target is officially named rocky. though customers online call it barry, both apparently for barack obama. fake blood leaks from the target when it is shot. buzzfeed broke this story and reports that nra asked the vendor to take it down after two days on display but still let them sell it from behind the counter. it was displayed at the same convention that featured gop presidential contenders like ted cruz and rick santorum. this is ugly stuff, disturbing stuff. it evokes the worst of what we've seen from the far right when it comes to this president. they painted him as the joker from batman. they put up billboards comparing him to hitler and gave him a mustache at tea party rallies. they even joked that he supposedly resembles satan in a tv show about the bible. the rhetoric that says this president is unamerican, that he doesn't understand america, that he perhaps even hates america. today the nra got a new leader, a pro gun activist named james porter. just last year, he was calling barack obama, quote, a
this oddly a lot of people would see my view as odd. i see it as an indictment of barack obama. i'll tell you why. it's because he always says well, i don't have the votes there's nothing i can do, poor me woe is me, i don't have the votes. turns out even if you lose, if you fight really hard, it turns out if the polls were on your side, you might have the votes next time. the fact that he didn't fight hard on all of those other issues doesn't this kind of prove that he was wrong with that? >> this is a critique of obama i share with you totally. i mean, i am shocked that we have never had a barack obama going to the country for six months at a time saying the economy needs more stimulus. people are out of work for two and three years and they're suffering. that he says again, i don't have the votes, but how do you change the conversation if you don't go to the people? what i worry about is jeff flake says i'm for background checks if they don't affect internet sales. since it is one of the most underregulated part of the whole gun debate, we are going to water done this legislation. cenk: we
on facebook.com or e-mail us. "usais the front page of today." "gop demands obama apology." collins was on cnn. let's listen to what she has to say. [video club] >> this contributes to the profound distrust that the american people have in government. it is chilling that the irs was singling out conservative groups for extra review. it is very disappointing that the president has not personally condemned this and spoken out. his spokesman has said it should be investigated, but the president needs to make court -- crystal clear that this is totally unacceptable in america. host: that was senator susan collins of maine talking about the irs. inside, the irs case is fodder for partisan warfare. that it targeted conservative groups for additional scrutiny during the 2012 election, it could jeopardize efforts for the elections. host: we have also seen this headline on the front pages of other newspapers. "the washington post," we are finding out more information about what the report contains, but they obtained the documents from a congressional aide with knowledge of the finding. host: inside of
. this is bret baier in washington. there are busy news days and days like today. president obama weighed in on scandals like benghazi and the irs targeting conservative groups. breaking news on a potential third scandal. this one involves the justice department and the associated press. chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge here with breaking details. >> the president of the associated press confirms in a letter to eric holder the department of justice seized records from more than 27 phone lines assigned to the associated press and journalists affecting ap bureaus in new york city. hartford, connecticut and the house of representatives. the letter states that the extraordinary action was taken without advanced notice to the a.p. or journalists affected. in possible justification for overbroad communications of the associated press and its reporters. these records potentially reveal communications with confidential sources. we regard this action by the department of justice as a serious interference with the a.p.'s constitutional rights to gather and report the news. while
we'll break down the numbers and the politics. >>> and growing gop position to president obama's labor pick. could the nomination of thomas perez be in trouble? >>> welcome to the "journal editorial report." riveting testimony this week from veteran diplomats about the deadly assault on the u.s. mission in benghazi. gregory hicks, deputy chief in libya, gave an emotional recounting of the night of september 11, 2012. the first public detailing from an on-the-ground official. his testimony draws new attention to the events surrounding the attack and how the administration handled its aftermath. >> when ambassador stevens talked to you perhaps minutes before he died, as a dying declaration, what precisely did he say to you? >> he said, "greg, we're under attack." >> did he mention one word about a protest or a demonstration? >> no, sir, he did not. >> so fast forward, mr. hicks, to the sunday talk shows and ambassador susan rice. she blamed this attack on a video. in fact, she did it five different times. what was your reaction to that? >> i was stunned. my jaw dropped. and i was
, the obama administration will not admit the threat of international terrorism remains real. they didn't want to admit it was a terrorist attack in libya two months before the election. six days after obama himself said, accepting the democrat's nomination for president that al qaeda was on the road to defeat. that's why it's so important, not just because of the tragedy in benghazi, although that would make it important. because of the administration's world view about international terrorism is now shown to be wrong. >> do you think it's a fair assessment to say that. they have the drones, targeting killing? >> they have defined al qaeda to be a very narrow group of people living in waziristan near the afghanistan border, that's the thrust of their argument that al qaeda is on the road to defeat. but the problem is obviously much larger and reflects itself in a lot of ways after the boston marathon bombing, the president's top political adviser, david axelrod said, well, you know, the president thought given we didn't know for sure it was after all april 15, tax day, implying maybe some of
: tomorrow it's still barack obama's time but republicans are focusing on hillary clinton in 2016. us, especially women my age, find it hard to think of what it would be like to have a as first lady, but as head of state, chief executive and commander-in-chief. already, hillary's time at secretary of state is getting a legions of menas and women say it's her turn. did we do it right? this show back at how called hillary's last run for president. were we smart? were we? did we see how newcomer barack would edge her out. twixters, kids under 30. great.l think they're how's that positive feeling working out for them. i'm chris matthews and welcome to the show. with us today, howard fineman with "the huffington post," news,o'donnell with nbc s.e. cupp with msnbc and joe klein with "time magazine." up, hillary clinton's in the news and that brings up her future presidential plans. to decide whether or not to make it official to run again. howard, this is the great question. do you expect her to run? >> i do, no doubt. chris: kelly? that way. chris: what a perfectly careful comment. absolut
that they cut some of the money that president obama wanted to use for security at diplomatic areas before this happened. michele: and issa said this is not over. this will continue. and where does this go next? where does the investigation go? >> after the hearing, congressman issa, the republican leader of the committee, he made a public call for more whistleblowers to come forward. which i think is a sign that it is going to go forward. this is like the ninth hearing of the -- other committees will have hearings and speaker of the house john boehner has gotten involved and said that he wants the white house to be more forthcoming. so the republicans are not -- are not going to let this go. and they think that -- but the substantive reasons and the political reasons are good for them to keep after it. >> there are five committees, aren't there? five separate house committees? at what point does it become or look like a witch hunt or what point does it get more information here? are there more witnesses coming like mr. hicks who we haven't heard from who we want to hear from? >> that's wh
. politically very tough day for president obama. he was not trying to sell refrigerators to eskimos and alaska, but he might as well bin. the president chose to be in texas today where he tried to sell his economic agenda of higher taxes, more and tougher regulation and, of course, much bigger government. but taxes turns out to be one of the most prosperous states and the union by doing just about the exact opposite of everything the president has been, well, recommending. currently it boasts an unemployment rate over one point below the national average, some of the lowest taxes in the country. here is the president earlier today urging his texas crowd to hopeless their local lawmakers to jump on the obama agenda bandwagon. >> everyone's a while i'm going to need your help to lean on their elected representatives and say, hey, let's do something about this. even if you don't like it politically, if it is a good idea, let's go ahead and support it. sometimes i need is a chance to pressure their members of congress to do the right thing. lou: did you see that crowd getting so excited? welcome b
the obama administration's abuse of power, contradictory statements by obama administration it may be on set of a constitutional crisis, a defensive and aggressive president today, wildly miscointreauing previous statements by him and his administration regarding the benghazi terror attacks while coming fors first time on a potential crisis involving internal revenue service practice of targeting conservative groups. and pretty much anyone who disagrees with the way that the federal government is being run by the administration. we begin with benghazi, president obama, presented a nixonion front during a press conference with british prime minister cameron, angry president obama laying blame for continuing questions over terrorist attacks on his political opponents, and severely minimizings importance of the false ambassador susan rice talking points that went on to blame the benghazi attack on an amateurish anti-islam youtube video. >> whole issue of this -- of talking points, frankly throughout this process has been a side show. we have been very clear about throughout, was that immediatel
of these economic gains. i want to read a quote from zach goldfarb, "the sunnier outlook means that president obama will be able to pay the nation's bills for months without seeking additional authority borrowing for months. little appetite for compromise but no leverage to shape an agreement." we thought the debt limit would be the back stop and perhaps they'd dangle the august recess and get something done. what does that mean for the debt limit fight and the nation's finances overall? >> luke as you know everybody recognizes the debt limit eventually has to be raised, even the prioritization bill passed on the floor says the debt limit to be raised to pay bond holders but the administration attacks it saying it averts technical default but not actual default if we have to defer payments to people like social security recipients so it's going to get raised and interestingly there is some pressure on republicans on this front, too, because remember they're up for election in 2014, president obama is not. that was part of what was hanging over him in the 2011 debt limit fight he wanted to push it p
>>> i'm in for tamron hall. the news nation is following news on how the obama administration handled the talking points in the aftermath of the attacks on the consulate in benghazi. congressional sources tell nbc news a new report by house republicans has found that 12 iterations of the talking points were made over one two-hour period. the changes were from minor word adjustments to major revisions. kelly o'donnell joins us live from washington. >> reporter: this is a complicated story and one thing that i wanted to address. the sources reviewed these over a two-hour period. the actual writing of the talking points was more like a 24-hour period. and what happens is when there is a big issue for an administration, the presidents now or at other times, you have all these agencies that come together. and there had been a request to have public talking points. because so much of the information was classified. that's where the talking points came from to begin with. what we've been told is there were 12 versions ultimately. some of those versions were just changes to a word her
and nothing should be construed as representing the views of anyone in the obama administration. between those two pillars, and tried to navigate a path. i would like to take a moment and explain to you an argument warfare ino conduct this strange way. the united states has been involved in a global armed conflict with al qaeda and its affiliate organizations now for approximately 15 years. it was engaged in that global armed conflict before the u.s. government agreed that it was in it. -- al qaeda knew. but al qaeda was able to forcefully expressed to the u.s. that it was in such a conflict in august of 1998. here we are 15 years later and we are talking about whether that conflict can be conducted with remotely piloted vehicles in many countries around the world. let me offer two different paradigms' for how to think about this problem. in these paradigms' i will try to make this very clear and maybe too clear. you need to do three things. first, you need to define what is the doorway through which i must ensure that allows me to kill these people? what is the doorway? second, having passed
on the crebilityd of clinton's testimony on benghazi and are now demanding she and others close to president obama give new testimony. >> now more than ever we should have a joint committee of the appropriate committee asking secretary clinton, chairman dempsey, cheryl mills, and others what really happened in benghazi? joit cheryl mills was clinton's chief of staff and was alleged in the hearing on wednesday to have been among those who received an e-mail from acting assistant secretary of state beth jones on the day after the benghazi attacks that labeled them an act of terrorism. mills was also alleged to have reprimanded state department whistleblower greg hicks. >> she was very upset. >> this goes right to the person next to secretary clinton, is that accurate? >> yes, sir. >> reporter: senator graham's comments about the current joint chiefs of staff, u.s. army general martin dempsey, marked the first time the nation's top uniformed military commander has come under such direct challenge. >> clearly our chairman of the joint chiefs' rendition that nobody was told to stand down, i asked him d
, targeting conservative groups, leading up to the 2012 general election. and new questions over the obama administration's handling of the benghazi attack. we first start this morning with benghazi. you know, after hearings last week, lawmakers are speaking out, focusing on a string of emails that seem to suggest there were a lot more changes in the initial official story than first thought. good morning and welcome to a brand-new hour of america's news headquarters. >> jamie: hi, everybody. happy mothers day. press secretary jay carney took some serious heat this week -- a lot of people did on the issue, from white house reporters. this was on friday. >> eric: absolutely. but now a growing number of lawmakers are calling on house speaker john boehner to create a select committee to investigate the benghazi attack. steve centanni is live in washington with the latest on that. good morning, steve. >> reporter: good morning, eric. plenty of friction on the sunday talk shows, on the revelation of emails that show revisions in the controversial talking points about what happened. republicans
for the most depraved acts. >> in massachusetts federal prosecutors are awaiting word from the obama justice department on whether they should seek to put accused boston marathon bomber to death, dzhokhar tsarnaev if he's convicted. public opinion is on the side of executing tsarnaev if convicted. 70% support for that aunt poll last week. strong political pressure is being exerted as well. >> the federal law allows the death penalty. this is the kind of case it should be applied to. the only other time has been used on timothy mcveigh. given the facts i've seen it would be appropriate to use the death pen fault in this case and i hope they would apply it in federal court. >> then there's jodi arias convicted on wednesday of killing her ex-boyfriend her case gripped much of the nation with revelations that arias had stabbed her victims dozens of time, slit his throat, shot him in the head and claimed he was killed by an intruder. jury in case will decide next week whether she should be executed. each one of these cases in cleveland, boston and phoenix explain perfectly why there's broad suppo
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